New details linked to a woman’s body found in Rockland have been released. Police say the body is that of 47-year-old Katrina Windred of Friendship, who was reported missing on Sunday. State Police Spokesman Stephen Mccausland says police don’t know how she died. The Maine medical examiner’s office confirmed the identity Wednesday, but did not release any other information. State police spent much of Wednesday collecting evidence from an apartment in downtown Rockland. They are not saying who lives in the apartment. TV5 News spoke with a man who says he is Windred’s ex-husband. He says she lived in a home he owns on Hendrickson Lane in Friendship with her 9-year-old son. The man wouldn’t comment on any details about the investigation, but he did say, “she didn’t deserve to die like this.” Police will not comment on if there were any signs of foul play, however they have said the death is still being deemed suspicious.Windred’s body was found about two miles from downtown on the Thompson Meadow Road Tuesday by a man walking his dog. We’re told Windred was an involved member of the First Universalist church in Rockland. A candlelight vigil for Windred is being held there Friday at five o’clock.